Last child in the woods brought back to the screen

As technology takes over reality, talking to trees is only something people do online

Back to the digital reality

Drawn story by Frits Ahlefeldt.

Drawing up a kid outside a screen, with a police officer bringing him back online to the worried digital parent

Drawing of a kid with backpack looking back out in nature as a police officer bring him back, saying "we found him online talking to trees." Father looks distressed, saying OMG offline. Standing inside a phone screen. Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt
From nature and back to the screen

Keywords: hiking, freerange kids, nature deficiency, children, reality exploring, curiosity, explorer, smartphone, ideas, father, parenting, philosophy, psychology, landscapesofunderstanding, strategy, screenlife, digital reality, virtuallife, technology, smartphones, screens, tablet

About Museum of Psychology – Visualizing psychology
We understand reality at least through a combination of metaphors, images, stories and experiences. But also through our dreams, understandings, feelings, music, walk of life, directions, expectations, relations… and even more dimensions.

Much of this have in common that we can somehow sketch up maps and drawings of these places, trails and situations. Here on Museum of Psychology I (Frits Ahlefeldt) am drawing up a slowly growing map of our many landscapes of understanding.

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